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Learning to perform with talented peers

More than just a stage for their talents, ChildAid is a platform where children learn to grow up a little more

Music director Julian Wong (right) conducting the Rave Harpers, Singapore's leading harp orchestra, which will open ChildAid 2016. The youngest performer who is with the Rave Harpers is six years old.


THERE is more to ChildAid than meets the eye. On the outset, it is a platform that allows a handpicked group of very talented children in Singapore to perform for a cause.

But it's not just that. It's also a time when the children and teenagers "grow up" and get a better...

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